So this is actually for a friend of mine. His stats are: 6'5'' and 185lb. We went to the gym on wed. lifted arms, he hasn't lifted in about a year, he was pretty solid on most of the lifts for bi's and tri's, decent strength. So yesterday/Sunday he decided to get a gym membership and tag along for my chest workout. We started with a warm up set of flat bench dumbbell presses. He grabbed 2 50lb. dumbbells and proceeded to attempt to lift it for 12-15 reps. To my surprise he got one in and hit a sticking point attempting the second rep. We dropped the weight to 30 lb. and was barley able to get 7 reps in and unable to go low enough to break a 90 degree angle with his arms. His form is bad IMO and when he presses he goes really wide and is unable to keep the weights very stable. I had him attempt a push up to see how he positioned himself for that and again very wide and was unable to go more than half way down without dropping to the ground. We worked through the rest of the lifts with minimal weight for him focusing on form more than anything. Talking with him afterwards he let me know that he had never worked out his chest and just blew it off because once he hit puberty, he had and still has some bad gyno, and was worried a bigger chest would make it more pronounced under his shirt and he didn't want to be made fun of. Like I said his lifts all around on other body parts seem to be decent given his height and size, but his chest strength is almost non existent. My questions are other than focusing on strict form is there anything I can do to help him out or any medical reasons that come to mind for the lack of strength?